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English 3- The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
ascetic
augur
contumacious
evanescent
practicing strict self-denial as a measure of personal and sp…
to predict or foretell, especially from signs or omens
stubborn, disobedient, rebellious or insubordinate
short-lived, vanishing quickly
ascetic
practicing strict self-denial as a measure of personal and sp…
augur
to predict or foretell, especially from signs or omens
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AP English 3 - The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
ponderous
edifice
inauspicious
portal
massive, unwieldy
a building, esp. one of important size
ill-omened
doorway or entrance
ponderous
massive, unwieldy
edifice
a building, esp. one of important size
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English III - The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary (Unit 3)
Throng
Edifice
Utopia
Allot
a great number of persons crowded together
a large, usually impressive building
a place or state of political or social perfection
to divide or distribute in shares
Throng
a great number of persons crowded together
Edifice
a large, usually impressive building
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English Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 3
Misanthropy
Effluence
vicissitude
Vexed
Distrust or hatred of people
A flowing forth or outward
Unpredictable changes in life
Distressed, afflicted, plagued
Misanthropy
Distrust or hatred of people
Effluence
A flowing forth or outward
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AP English 3 - The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
ponderous
edifice
inauspicious
portal
massive, unwieldy
a building, esp. one of important size
ill-omened
doorway or entrance
ponderous
massive, unwieldy
edifice
a building, esp. one of important size
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English 3 Honors: The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
abash
amenable
ascetic
assimilate
(v.) Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
(adj.) (of a person) Open and responsive to suggestion; easil…
(adj.) Relating to or having a strict and simple way of livin…
(v.) Take in (information, ideas, or culture) and understand…
abash
(v.) Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
amenable
(adj.) (of a person) Open and responsive to suggestion; easil…
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AP English 3 - The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
sepulchre
utopia
edifice
physiognomy
a burial vault, a receptacle built for sacred relics
an ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political…
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
the art of judging human character from facial features
sepulchre
a burial vault, a receptacle built for sacred relics
utopia
an ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political…
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AP English 3 - The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
ponderous
edifice
inauspicious
portal
massive, unwieldy
a building, esp. one of important size
ill-omened
doorway or entrance
ponderous
massive, unwieldy
edifice
a building, esp. one of important size
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary for Ap English 3
Edifice
Iniquity
Repentance
Retribution
A large or massive structure or building.
Lack of fairness or justice.
Regret or sorrow felt for some wrong-doing, along with a dete…
Suitable reward or punishment for good or evil actions
Edifice
A large or massive structure or building.
Iniquity
Lack of fairness or justice.
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English 3 Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
iniquity
ignominy
vehement
requite... requital
(n) gross injustice, wicked act or sin
(n) disgrace or dishonor
(adj) zealous, impassioned, fervent... (n) the quality of being…
(v) to make repayment; to retaliate; to compensate for... (n) a…
iniquity
(n) gross injustice, wicked act or sin
ignominy
(n) disgrace or dishonor
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English 11- Scarlet Letter: Vocabulary #3
somnambulism
inextricable
expiation
pristine
sleep-wake state
inescapable
atonement
uncorrupted; pure
somnambulism
sleep-wake state
inextricable
inescapable
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AP English 3 Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 1
genial
prate
prolix
contrivance
cheerful
to talk aimlessly and verbosely
wordy; using or containing too many words; tediously lengthy
a plan or scene, an expedient (also a device, literal or meta…
genial
cheerful
prate
to talk aimlessly and verbosely
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The Scarlet Letter Ch. 1-3 Vocabulary Mrs. George Ap English
Beadle
Contumely
Ignominy
Inauspicious
Parish official that ushers.
Harsh language or treatment.
Deep humiliation or disgrace.
Not suspicious
Beadle
Parish official that ushers.
Contumely
Harsh language or treatment.
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English- Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Sets 3 & 4
grizzled
presentiment
ethereal
plied
adj. having gray or partly gray hair
n. a feeling or impression that something is about to happen,…
adj. light, airy, or tenuous
v. to work with or at diligently; employ busily; use; twisted…
grizzled
adj. having gray or partly gray hair
presentiment
n. a feeling or impression that something is about to happen,…
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English 10 CEC Test 3 - The Scarlet Letter - vocabulary
inauspicious
ignominy
mien
sagacity
not showing or suggesting that future success is likely
disgrace, dishonor, or public contempt
air, bearing or demeanor
wisdom
inauspicious
not showing or suggesting that future success is likely
ignominy
disgrace, dishonor, or public contempt
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Honor English 3 Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
austere
languid
arduous
obtuse
strict or stern in manner, attitude, or appearance. severe, s…
relaxed, unhurried; weak or faint from illness or fatigue
difficult and tiring, requiring a lot of effort
annoyingly insensitive or slow to understand
austere
strict or stern in manner, attitude, or appearance. severe, s…
languid
relaxed, unhurried; weak or faint from illness or fatigue
Pre Ap English 3 Scarlet Letter vocabulary
Inauspicious
Tribunal
Indubitably
Venerable
Not prosperous
A court of forum of justice
Unquestionably
Made sacred especially by religious or historical association
Inauspicious
Not prosperous
Tribunal
A court of forum of justice
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English 11 honors Scarlet letter Vocabulary unit 3
Confidant
Enigma
Fiend
Infer
A person with whom one shares personal matters or secrets
A person or thing that is puzzling, ambiguous, or inexplicable
A cruel, diabolical, evil person
To deuce from evidence, to reach a logical conclusion
Confidant
A person with whom one shares personal matters or secrets
Enigma
A person or thing that is puzzling, ambiguous, or inexplicable
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Set 3 ap English vocabulary: scarlet letter/crucible
Inculcation
Propitiation
Licentious
Ameliorate
An act of teaching or emphasizing upon the mind by constant r…
The act of pacifying or overcoming distrust or animosity
Lacking moral discipline generally regarding sexuality.
To improve
Inculcation
An act of teaching or emphasizing upon the mind by constant r…
Propitiation
The act of pacifying or overcoming distrust or animosity
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AP English 3 Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Test 2
Progenitors
Emolument
To concoct
Insidious
Forefathers
Income
To devise
Treacherous
Progenitors
Forefathers
Emolument
Income
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AP English 3 (Rauscher) Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Words (Chpt 1-4)
edifice (1)
congenial (1)
augured (1)
ensue (2)
n. a building, esp. an imposing one
adj. agreeable
v. foretold
v. follow
edifice (1)
n. a building, esp. an imposing one
congenial (1)
adj. agreeable
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Scarlet Letter Ch. 3
abate
intervolutions
sojourn
iniquity
put an end to
the state of being intervolved or coiled up
a temporary stay
wickedness
abate
put an end to
intervolutions
the state of being intervolved or coiled up
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
beadle
contumely
ingnominy
inauspicious
n., a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve orde…
n., insulting display of contempt in word or action; a humili…
n., total loss of dignity; disgrace; shame
adj., unfavorable; boding ill
beadle
n., a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve orde…
contumely
n., insulting display of contempt in word or action; a humili…
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Ch. 19-24
depridation
disquietude
jocularity
languor
n. the act of preying upon or plundering; robbery; ravage
n., uneasiness; the state of disturbance
n. state or quality of being facetious or joking; a funny rem…
n., physical weakness or faintness; lack of energy; lack of s…
depridation
n. the act of preying upon or plundering; robbery; ravage
disquietude
n., uneasiness; the state of disturbance
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 1-3
Sepulchre
utopia
edifice
physiognomy
(noun) a tomb, grave, or burial place
(noun) an ideal place or state; any visionary system of polit…
(noun) a building, especially one of large size or imposing a…
(noun) the outward appearance of anything, taken as offering…
Sepulchre
(noun) a tomb, grave, or burial place
utopia
(noun) an ideal place or state; any visionary system of polit…
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Ch. 10-18
demerits
ethereal
expiation
inextricable
n., punishments for wrongdoing
adj., light or airy; tenuous; extremely delicate or refined
n., the means by which atonement or reparation is made
adj., incapable of being disentangled, undone, loosed, or sol…
demerits
n., punishments for wrongdoing
ethereal
adj., light or airy; tenuous; extremely delicate or refined
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
throng
edifice
inauspicious
anathema
(n) A large number of people gathered together ... syn- a crowd…
(n) a building or exterior... syn- building, structure... ex. The…
(adj) ill-omened; suggesting bad luck in the future... syn-unfav…
(n) an object of intense dislike; strong denunciation (often…
throng
(n) A large number of people gathered together ... syn- a crowd…
edifice
(n) a building or exterior... syn- building, structure... ex. The…
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Ch. 1-9
beadle
contumely
ingnominy
inauspicious
n., a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve orde…
n., insulting display of contempt in word or action; a humili…
n., total loss of dignity; disgrace; shame
adj., unfavorable; boding ill
beadle
n., a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve orde…
contumely
n., insulting display of contempt in word or action; a humili…
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The Scarlet Letter Review
The Scarlet Letter was written in whic…
Points in Puritain theology
Chillingworth's most serious sin is th…
Dimmesdale's most serious sin is...
19th
predestination, providence, original sin
he wants revenge.
hypocrisy; preaching to congregation about sin when he is a s…
The Scarlet Letter was written in whic…
19th
Points in Puritain theology
predestination, providence, original sin
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Scarlet Letter Ch. 4
sagamores
amenable
peremptory
alchemy
a subordinate chief of the Algonquian Indians of the north At…
willing to yield or submit: agreeable
leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal
a power or process of transforming something common into some…
sagamores
a subordinate chief of the Algonquian Indians of the north At…
amenable
willing to yield or submit: agreeable
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English III - List 1.9 (The Scarlet Letter 4)
smite
stigma
lore
intimations
to attack or afflict suddenly and injuriously.
a mark of shame or discredit: stain.
something that is taught: lesson.
the act of making known: announce.
smite
to attack or afflict suddenly and injuriously.
stigma
a mark of shame or discredit: stain.
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The Scarlet Letter Literary Terms
FORESHADOWING
SYMBOLISM
IRONY
FLASHBACK
the author giving hints about future events
one thing represents another whether it be abstract or concrete
an event happens that is the opposite of what is expected
an interruption in current events to look back on past events
FORESHADOWING
the author giving hints about future events
SYMBOLISM
one thing represents another whether it be abstract or concrete
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Scarlet Letter Ch. 5
vivify
clause
assimilate
tinge
to endure with life or renew life: animate
a separate section of a discourse or writing
to absorb into the cultural tradition of a population or group
an affective or modifying property or influence: touch
vivify
to endure with life or renew life: animate
clause
a separate section of a discourse or writing
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Scarlet Letter Ch. 6
efficacy
russet
imbued
mutability
effective as a means of remedy
a course brownish homespun cloth
inspired as with feelings, opinions, etc.
subject to change
efficacy
effective as a means of remedy
russet
a course brownish homespun cloth
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab 3
adverse
preternatural
amenable
regimen
acting against or in a contrary direction, hostile; opposed t…
exceeding what is natural or regular, extraordinary; inexplic…
liable to be brought to account; capable of submission, readi…
a systematic plan, regular course of action; government, rule
adverse
acting against or in a contrary direction, hostile; opposed t…
preternatural
exceeding what is natural or regular, extraordinary; inexplic…
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Ch. 22-24
apotheosize
audacity
contiguous
erratic
to glorify or exalt someone or something
daring without regard for personal safety
in close proximity with
deviating from the proper or usual course in conduct or opinion
apotheosize
to glorify or exalt someone or something
audacity
daring without regard for personal safety
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 4-6
sagamore
peremptory
paramour
vivify
(noun) a chief or leader among the American Indians
(adjective) leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imp…
(noun) an illicity lover, especially of a married person
(verb) to give life to; animate; quicken
sagamore
(noun) a chief or leader among the American Indians
peremptory
(adjective) leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imp…
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 3
Inextricable
Expiation
Admonish
Beseech
Incapable of being disentangled or untied.
The act of atoning for sin or wrongdoing.
Warn strongly; put on guard.
Ask for a request earnestly.
Inextricable
Incapable of being disentangled or untied.
Expiation
The act of atoning for sin or wrongdoing.
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Scarlet Letter Chapter 16-18 Vocabulary
Colloquy
Consecration
Denizen
Dryad
(n.) a dialogue; conversational exchange; conference
(n.) The act of giving sacramental character; dedication to t…
(n.) an inhabitant; resident
(n.) a deity or nymph of the woods
Colloquy
(n.) a dialogue; conversational exchange; conference
Consecration
(n.) The act of giving sacramental character; dedication to t…
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 10-12
Askance
Eccentricities
Palliate
Somniferous
(adverb) with a side glance; sidewise; obliquely
(noun) an oddity or peculiarity, as of conduct
(verb) to relieve or lessen without curing; mitigate; alleviate
(adjective) bringing or inducing sleep, as drugs or influences
Askance
(adverb) with a side glance; sidewise; obliquely
Eccentricities
(noun) an oddity or peculiarity, as of conduct
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The Scarlet Letter
Hawthorne
Boston
cemetery
rose bush
He wrote The Scarlet Letter
The novel is set in this New England town.
Most New England towns created a prison and a
This grows near the prison door.
Hawthorne
He wrote The Scarlet Letter
Boston
The novel is set in this New England town.
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The Scarlet Letter: 10-12 Vocabulary
Demeritis
Ethereal
Expiation
Inextricable
(n.) punishments for wrongdoing
(adj.) light or airy; tenuous; extremely delicate or refined
(n.) the means by which atonement or reparation is made
(adj.) incapable of being disentangled, undone, loosed, or so…
Demeritis
(n.) punishments for wrongdoing
Ethereal
(adj.) light or airy; tenuous; extremely delicate or refined
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary (Unit 2) 2016
utopia
ignominy
iniquity
heathen
an imagined place/ society that is ideal, especially in its l…
the act of being publically shamed or disgraced... Synonyms: hu…
a wrongful act or sin ; the absence of moral or spiritual val…
a derogatory term used by the religious to refer to someone n…
utopia
an imagined place/ society that is ideal, especially in its l…
ignominy
the act of being publically shamed or disgraced... Synonyms: hu…
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 7-9
Ludricrous
Intrinsic
Imperious
Dauntless
causing laughter because of absurdity; ridiculous, laughable
belonging to a thing by its very nature
urgent; imperative
not to be intimidated; fearless
Ludricrous
causing laughter because of absurdity; ridiculous, laughable
Intrinsic
belonging to a thing by its very nature
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The Scarlet Letter - Vocabulary
Demeanor
Venerable
Ignominy
Inauspicuous
manner
Worthy of respect
dishonor; disgraceful conduct
unfortunate; ill-omened
Demeanor
manner
Venerable
Worthy of respect
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The Scarlet Letter
evanescent
ignominy
iniquity
contumely
(adj.) vanishing, soon passing away; light and airy
(n.) shame and disgrace
(n.) wickedness, sin; a grossly immoral act
n. rudeness; insolence; arrogance
evanescent
(adj.) vanishing, soon passing away; light and airy
ignominy
(n.) shame and disgrace
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab Ch. 1-4
inauspicious
petrify
augur
indubitably
(adj.) unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the future
(verb) To scare; to frighten
(verb) to prophecy; to predict events
(adj.) unquestionably
inauspicious
(adj.) unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the future
petrify
(verb) To scare; to frighten
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The Scarlet Letter: Chapter 17-24 Vocabulary
epochs
penance
penitence
misanthropy
a memorable time and date
repentance through voluntary punishment
repentance with remorse
hatred or distrust of mankind
epochs
a memorable time and date
penance
repentance through voluntary punishment
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab 1
antinomian
ignominy
efficacy
irreparably
someone who rejects socially established morals
deep personal humiliation or disgrace
effectiveness
unable to be repaired, irreversibly, irrecoverably
antinomian
someone who rejects socially established morals
ignominy
deep personal humiliation or disgrace
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab 2
spectral
continental
iniquity
sumptuary
of or relating to a specter (ghost), ghostly
of or relating to the colonies forming the United States; bei…
gross injustice, wickedness; a wicked act or thing, sin
designed to regulate extravagant expenditures of habits espec…
spectral
of or relating to a specter (ghost), ghostly
continental
of or relating to the colonies forming the United States; bei…
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